If the universe exists but without us fine-tuned consciously sentient entities perceiving, experiencing, and interpreting that the universe does exist, what would the meaning of its existence be? Absolutely nothing. I would argue that it is in the perceiving, experiencing, and interpreting that the universe exist, that we find not just personal but most importantly universal meaning to our own existence. Finding meaning is very important to our sense of well being because it informs us that indeed our lives have purpose.
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